Why Do Administrators Love SES SmartScore™?

"Using SES made the day-to-day process of having a learning objective and differentiating instruction easy, which helped students and made my administrators happy. Students started to quickly see how they could learn and grow and increase their proficiency level on specific skills. I haven't heard a student say "I'm failing" in years."

-- Middle School Teacher

View up-to-the-minute data about student performance.

  • Missing and incomplete assignments.​

  • Student learning school-wide or by learning area.

  • SES Spotlight™ data. These are all students that meet the criteria you specify (e.g. 6th graders who are less than 80% proficient in math).

Generate reports to analyze student performance.

  • Export all reports to pdf or excel.​
  • Include a unique link for parents to easily access their child's current learning (no login required!).

Email parents directly from SES SmartScore™, based on performance, attendance, and more using custom templates.

Track teacher progress in assessing standards, creating assignments, and more.​

Use the included rubric bank, or upload and edit custom rubrics for your teachers to use.

Need Letter Grades? We have you covered! Create rules to ensure that grades reflect student performance.

Can you really call it "data-driven instruction" if the data comes too late for you to act on it?

​SES SmartScore™ gives you the critical data you need -- today -- to identify learning opportunities as well as areas needing intervention.
  • ​Want to instantly see which students are chronically absent? Or better yet, which students are only a day or two away from becoming chronically absent?
  • What about students who have a number of missing assignments across all their classes?
  • ​Would it help to know how many identified standards have been assessed so far in each class across your school?

"SES SmartScore™ provides an easy-to-use gradebook for my elementary teachers so I can finally access important formative and summative data for each student."  

-- Elementary School Principal